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PIAZZA VS. CITIMORTGAGE, INC. | Nevada Supreme Court “Mediation, Directs Dist. Ct. to Evaluate Assignments”

PIAZZA VS. CITIMORTGAGE, INC. | Nevada Supreme Court “Mediation, Directs Dist. Ct. to Evaluate Assignments”

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEVADA

CARL F. PIAZZA,
Appellant,

vs.

CITIMORTGAGE, INC.,
Respondent.

ORDER AFFIRMING IN PART, REVERSING IN PART, AND
REMANDING

EXCERPTS:

On appeal, Piazza contends that the district court abused its
discretion in refusing to sanction CitiMortgage and in ordering that it be
issued a foreclosure certificate. He argues that the issuance of a
foreclosure certificate was improper because the Broker’s Price Opinion
(BPO) that CitiMortgage produced at the mediation did not strictly comply
with the statutory requirements set forth in NRS 645.2515(3), and the
assignments of the deed of trust that CitiMortgage presented at the
mediation were flawed. 2 For the reasons set forth below, we affirm in part
and reverse in part the district court’s order granting CitiMortgage’s
petition for judicial review, and remand for further proceedings.

The district court abused its discretion in ordering a foreclosure certificate
to be issued to CitiMortgage[

[…]

Nonetheless, based upon the record on appeal, it does not
appear that the district court reviewed the assignments presented by
CitiMortgage to ensure that they were in strict compliance. The district
court, therefore, abused its discretion in ordering a foreclosure certificate
to be issued. We therefore reverse and remand this matter to the district
court for further proceedings. On remand, we direct the district court to
evaluate whether the assignments presented by CitiMortgage were in
strict compliance. In this, the court must consider whether the documents
presented establish that the deed of trust was properly assigned and make
appropriate findings related thereto. Accordingly, we
ORDER the judgment of the district court AFFIRMED IN
PART AND REVERSED IN PART AND REMAND this matter to the
district court for proceedings consistent with this order.

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